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SUNRISE, Fla. — The red light was on and Mike Knuble's arms were in the air. Back in the building he scored his last goal, all the way back on Dec. 5, the Washington Capitals alternate captain had his moment of triumph. That moment lasted perhaps 10 seconds, as his ...
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Before the season, the Washington Capitals were viewed by many as a Stanley Cup favorite. Now they are fighting for their playoff lives as the stretch run approaches. Will the Caps turn it around and make the playoffs? Alexander and Tab debate…Ovechkin and company will find a way into the danceBy Alexander MonaghanWith Friday’s win, the Washington Capitals now sit two points...
Washington Capitals general manager George McPhee doesn't mind Mike Knuble showing some frustration about not being in the lineup. That the 39-year-old alternate captain pointed out, "You want to go somewhere where you're going to play and you're going to contribute to the team," is a sign of his competitive ...
Alexander Semin scored the tiebreaking goal and Tomas Vokoun made 22 saves against his former team as the Washington Capitals beat the Florida Panthers 2-1 on Friday night.
The Washington Capitals were on ice Thursday morning for a practice as they prepare to head out on a four-game road trip that will likely define their season. Some updates from Kettler Capitals Iceplex:
Dale Hunter kept pretty much the same lines as from Wednesday's skate, with the exception of adding Keith Aucoin to the fourth line. The units were as follows: Ovechkin-Johansson...
Olie Kolzig gave a brutally honest read on ex-Washington Capitals teammate Alex Ovechkin on Wednesday, stepping so far outside the politically correct box the team is usually contained within. "For Alex, it's a work ethic," said Kolzig, now the team's associate goaltending coach. "He just has to get back to ...
ARLINGTON, Va. – Caps Red Line (CRL) presented by GEICO is back for its fourth season with Episode 2 on Comcast SportsNet on Saturday, Feb. 18, at 9 a.m. The second episode of this fast-paced, behind-the-scenes show offers an inside look at ...
This was a game that the Washington Capitals had to win.
And for the first time in awhile, the Capitals came up with a win in a "must-win" game, defeating the Florida Panthers by a 2-1 score inside BankAtlantic Center on Friday night.
Riding goals from team Russian Sniper, Alex Ovechkin and Alexander Semin, in the third period, and 22 saves from Tomas Vokoun, who was...
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Washington Capitals defenseman Mike Green is back after missing 18 games because of an abdominal injury. Green was in the lineup Saturday night against Tampa Bay. It was just the 11th game he played in this season. Green, who had abdominal surgery last month, was sidelined early in the season by a sprained right ankle and then injured his groin in early November.
Alexander Semin scored the tiebreaking goal and Tomas Vokoun made 22 saves against his former team as the Washington Capitals beat the Florida Panthers 2-1 on Friday night. Alex Ovechkin also scored as the Capitals moved two points behind the first-place Panthers in the Southeast Division. Tomas Fleischmann scored for Florida and Jose Theodore stopped 39 shots.